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North Marion's Hurst advances to state tennis tournament

North Marion's Hurst advances to state tennis tournament

May 18, 2022 Woodburn Independent - Sports Phil Hawkins
Senior advances to district semifinal, places fourth overall to pace Huskies
Rubio, Lopez-Ixta punch tickets to state tennis finals

Rubio, Lopez-Ixta punch tickets to state tennis finals

May 14, 2022 Woodburn Independent - Sports Phil Hawkins
Woodburn doubles pair makes unlikely state tournament bid in second season with the Bulldogs

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Opinion

In defense of Clarkson

In defense of Clarkson

May 18, 2022 Woodburn Independent - Opinion John Wentworth
Clackamas County DA disputes reader's column on deputy's domestic violence case
Tough on crime or easy on cops?

Tough on crime or easy on cops?

May 11, 2022 Woodburn Independent - Opinion Brian Fitzgerald
Happy Valley reader urges voters to consider choices in the Marion County DA race

Features

North Marion student art is on exhibit

North Marion student art is on exhibit

April 27, 2022 Woodburn Independent - Features Justin Much
White Rabbit in Aurora will be displaying artwork from North Marion School District students through June.
Fine art!  Courtesy of Woodburn High School seniors

Fine art! Courtesy of Woodburn High School seniors

April 15, 2022 Woodburn Independent - Features Justin Much
Woodburn High School seniors display their creative works at the Woodburn Art Center
  • 'Faithfully' columnist publishes book

    'Faithfully' columnist publishes book

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Suzanne Ybarra compiles monthly missives into 'What Does a Christian Look Like?'
  • Spreading kindness with art

    Spreading kindness with art

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    North Marion National Art Honor Society students take on project to spread kindness throughout the campus.
  • Make a Mars helicopter

    Make a Mars helicopter

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Mount Angel Public Library has set up the first of its STAR Net STEAM Equity Project learning stations.
  • Building a nursing team

    Building a nursing team

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Duties of a school district's nursing team are doubly important during a pandemic era
  • Above and beyond

    Above and beyond

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Woodburn mother, caregiver lauds extra efforts by Woodburn Ambulance, local DMV to help her son
  • Winter production takes wings

    Winter production takes wings

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Woodburn High School Theatre students will perform a World War II-era presentation called 'Decision Height.'
  • Caught Ovgard: Hunting kicked off a passion

    Caught Ovgard: Hunting kicked off a passion

    Woodburn Independent - Sports
    Despite affinity for fishing, shooting birds gave Luke Ovgard his start in outdoors
  • Extracurricular tinkering

    Extracurricular tinkering

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    North Marion High School students hone skills, friendships through robotics competitions.
  • Get to know Kira Luscher

    Get to know Kira Luscher

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Amid trying times, North Marion Middle School brings a second counselor on board
  • An unusual educator with a mountain of experience

    An unusual educator with a mountain of experience

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    There is nothing 'typical' about North Marion High School teacher Michael Stewart.
  • Visit to a middle school classroom

    Visit to a middle school classroom

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    'I really didn't know the meaning of school, and now I do,' robotics student says.
  • Mariachi at the Schnitzer

    Mariachi at the Schnitzer

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Woodburn High School band had a memorable trip to Portland on Wednesday, Dec. 15.
  • Visit to an intermediate school class

    Visit to an intermediate school class

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Cause and effect lessons in an intermediate school class setting at North Marion
  • Building a school feature

    Building a school feature

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Woodburn High School woodshop class built some sturdy picnic tables this past semester that will be used at the school
  • Back in-person, students access lessons in new ways

    Back in-person, students access lessons in new ways

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    In one North Marion High School classroom, dynamic lessons include some singing and math Jeopardy!
  • Clogging with confidence

    Clogging with confidence

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Area dance students express delight in clogging while also helping out a community service
  • Longtime community leader

    Longtime community leader

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    One of the newest NMSD board members has also served on city councils in Wilsonville and Aurora
  • 'I'd give it a 10'

    'I'd give it a 10'

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Supportive classroom environments have been veritable assets this fall with students returning after a long hiatus
  • Advocate for equity

    Advocate for equity

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Bill Graupp is among this year's 'new' North Marion School District board members
  • Centenarian plus six

    Centenarian plus six

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Lucile Chapelle of Woodburn celebrated her 106th birthday at Cascade Park Retirement Village
  • New faces on the board

    New faces on the board

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Veteran of the U.S. Air Force is among several new North Marion School District board members
  • NMSD celebrates its principals

    NMSD celebrates its principals

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    North Marion School District took October's designation as National Principals Month to heart
  • WHS to stage Noel Coward's 'Blithe Spirit'

    WHS to stage Noel Coward's 'Blithe Spirit'

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    Woodburn High School Theatre thrilled to re-open auditorium doors for the first time pre-pandemic days
  • Published!

    Published!

    Woodburn Independent - Features
    A half-dozen Woodburn High School Students are among those to be published in this year's Writers in the Schools Literary Arts Anthology

Wheels

Mudfest 2022 alternative winners

Mudfest 2022 alternative winners

May 16, 2022 Jim Redden
Other manufacturers deserve recognition at annual Northwest Outdoor Activity Vehicle of the Year competition.
2022 Kia Sorento: Midsize SUV meets all needs

2022 Kia Sorento: Midsize SUV meets all needs

May 15, 2022 Jim Redden
Twelve different trim levels include available all-wheel-drive, hybrid and new plug-in hybrid models.

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